View topic - でも vs. ながら
I don't watch T.V. while I study.
I, personally, would use:
maybe im wrong though...
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Is there a difference in meaning between （例え）＿初心者でも and 初心者ながら（も)? I would translate both as "even though he's a beginner".
They are funtionally identical. It's like the difference between "although he's a beginner" and "even though he's a beginner."
-ながら means "while" and is use with verbs.
I don't watch T.V. while I study
It has other functions and uses.
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